The Herald Bulletin

Morning Update

Sports Columns

November 28, 2013

Angie Colip: Thanksgiving brings back memories and another 300 game

Happy Thanksgiving to the bowling community. I hope that all that turkey and pumpkin pie will not hinder your ability to bend those knees at the foul line and throw those strikes.

I’m sure a lot of you are out shopping and getting some great Black Friday deals on bowling equipment for Christmas presents. Just remember a bowling ball usually isn’t a stocking stuffer.

Although, I have been known to throw a bowling accessory or two into a stocking. Can you imagine that?

As another Thanksgiving season is upon us, it is also the anniversary of the passing of “Aunt Kate.”

Kathryn Hotzell was an icon in the local bowling world. She was also greatly respected at the state and national level. I do not know of another individual that dedicated so much of their life to something they were so passionate about.

So I would like to take a moment to acknowledge and thank Kathryn for paving the way for the bowling community.

Without her I would not be writing this column. So thank you Aunt Kate for sharing your passion with all of us. It is hard to believe that is has been 14 years since your passing.

You are still missed and appreciated more than can be expressed.

Another 300 game was thrown this past week, and this time it was a youth bowler who did it.

Dylan Holford, who bowls for the Pendleton Heights team, bowled his perfecto in the Saturday morning Youth Majors League. This was the first 300 for the high school junior who shot a 747 series.

Holford admitted to being a little nervous as he got closer to the 10th frame, but the final three strikes were all solid shots.

As Holford said, “I was lucky to throw 12 strikes in a row. That’s crazy.”

Text Only
Sports Columns
AP Video
NCAA Settles Head-injury Suit, Will Change Rules Judge OKs Record-setting $2B Sale of Clipper Baseball Hall of Famers Inducted LeBron James Sends Apology Treat to Neighbors Broncos Owner Steps Down Due to Alzheimer's 49ers Open Posh, High-tech Stadium in California Jeter, Trout Lead AL to All-Star Game Win Kluwe: I Hope Vikings Make Investigation Public College Football Championship Trophy Unveiled Cleveland Expects Economic Boom From Lebron Argentina Fans Sad but Proud in Loss Germany Wins the World Cup 1-0 Raw: German Players Head to World Cup Final LeBron: Move Back to Cleveland 'Exciting' Netherlands Beats Host Brazil 3-0 to Finish 3rd Raw: Stunning Timelapse of WC Final Host City Joy Fills Streets of Cleveland As LeBron Returns FIFA Rejects Suarez Appeal Against Biting Ban World Cup Final Pits Argentina Against Germany Argentina to Face Germany in World Cup Final
Hyperlocal Search
Premier Guide
Find a business

Walking Fingers
Maps, Menus, Store hours, Coupons, and more...
Premier Guide
Poll

Should the Pacers match Portland's offer sheet to center Roy Hibbert?

Yes, Hibbert is important to the team and the community
No, four years and $58 million is too much
Not sure, I like Hibbert but think the money could be better spent elsewhere
     View Results